Carl Douglas

IFRS Interpretations Committee member

Carl Douglas
Group:

IFRS Interpretations Committee

Title:

IFRS Interpretations Committee member

Term expires:

30 Jun 2020

Biography:

Carl Douglas was appointed to the IFRS Interpretations Committee in July 2014 for a term of three years. He was re-appointed for a further three years in July 2017.

Carl is Corporate Controller at CCR Group since 2007, a listed Brazilian based international investor and operator of transportation infrastructure, such as toll roads, subways, airports, boats and related business.

He is responsible for corporate accounting practices, preparation of financial statements and obtaining its certification from independent auditors and approval from audit committee and board. Responsible for compliance with regulatory requirements, including statutory law, tax and Brazilian SEC, related to accounting practices. He also works in CCR´s M&A and securities issuance teams regarding accounting and tax assumptions, auditing and due diligence.

Prior to joining CCR, he worked at Itaú Unibanco Group, from 1997 to 2007, achieving the position of senior financial and administrative manager of a group´s investee, being responsible for treasury, accounting, planning, tax, human resources, administrative, facilities and legal departments. He also was responsible for local practice of group´s compliance, internal controls and risk management requirements.

Carl was Professor of Accounting and Controlling and Coordinator of under graduation courses in business and in MBA programme from 2005 to 2008, as well as independent accounting technical quality assurance at a Brazilian publisher. He was speaker in several accounting and business conferences. He studied business administration and did MBA focused in Accounting and Finance at University of São Paulo / FIPECAFI, with extension at Euromed Ecole de Management – Marseille France. He also did M.Sc. in Accounting at São Paulo´s Catholic University.

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